Differentiated Instruction. Group Members : Marla Kemler Rachel Parrett Coleen Smith Joni Klopfenstein. Success breeds success . Kim Miller Michelle Olofsson Chrissy Sinn. Every child deserves a reasonable chance at success!. If a student is successful 1 time per day it carries over.
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Success breeds success
Every child deserves a reasonable chance at success!
If a student is successful 1 time per day it carries over
“Differentiated Instruction does not mean we make learning easier for students. Instead, it provides the appropriate challenge that enables students to thrive.” (Rick Wormeli)
Engages students in learning
Focuses on student growth (value added)
Improves teaching methods
Supports success for all students
Challenges all learners
Facilitates learning using the Multiple Intelligences
Requires teachers to use different teaching methodsWhy should I use differentiated instruction?
Staff of Paul Kane High School
Where to find more ideas…
Student’s showed a lot of interest with hands on, differentiated lessons. If that is how they learn best we have to teach to that need.
Here Mrs. Kemler is doing a vocabulary exercise with the students on Inspiration.
This is a student in Mrs. Kemler’s class working along with the demonstration to do her vocabulary exercise.